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MULTAN: Sri Tapanasa, 7th century, AR damma (0.82g). VF

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MULTAN: Sri Tapanasa, 7th century, AR damma (0.82g). VF
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MULTAN: Sri Tapanasa, 7th century, AR damma (0.82g), F/T-M1.1, head right, without crown // simplified fire-altar with 2 curved lines above (if turned upside down, the curved lines and the top of the altar are almost exactly the Chinese character for "6"), Sarada legend around, VF. This is the earliest series, probably toward the middle of the 7th century, of which Fishman recorded only one example with the curved lines, and just three with the 2 dashes above the altar. The next type, M2, has two large dots above the altar, followed by M3 with 3 dots, the standard until the end of the damma series at Multan circa 950 AD.